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law for the surge in part-time workers? brenda, this is another unfortunate example of how obama care will hurt real workers in the real economy. it will lead to lower wage growth, lower economic growth, and more part-time jobs being created as we saw in the most recent job reports at the expense of full-time jobs. welcome to part-time jobs. this is a dismal result. susan, are you convinced? >> no, not at all. there are a couple of ceos who have said they're going to shift to part-time workers but a report that came out, 75% said it would have no impact on their hiring plan. when you see the data you always see a huge uptick in part-time workers. the real problem is we haven't had a real economic recovery like we need to. >> even the irs chief says he doesn't want to change his insurance. a lot of employers must be looking at this and saying why do we need to. >> i'll tell you what, brenda. i'd agree with susan if it was just a couple ceos, but it's not. it's ceos and let's see just off the top of my head, subway, white castle, hardee's, local communications, long beach. the numbers a
behind housing. so let's just take that 14% and say food prices go up because of obama care by 10%. now you've increased the average spending by 1.4%. it doesn't sound like a lot. but we're really increase inflation which is about 3% or so by almost 50%. i think that's going to hit people in their wallets. i think we're going to feel effect. president obama said he's going to bend the cost curve. i think people find this cost curve is bent right around their neck. >> you know, tracy, one report says that this could add $1 per hour per employee. that's a lot. >> it's a ton. brenda, maybe you and i are the only two that actually food shop here, i think the prices are ridiculous now. if they go up more, i feel like i pay 74% of my bill to the food store some weeks. i can't afford to see this go up. milk, eggs, you name it. the thing with the farmers, they can't pick up and move like silicon valley can. california taxes are on the rise and not going down any time soon. farmer are getting hit. you watch your bottle of wine goup the next time you take your wife out for a nice fancy meal. you
wait until about six months to a year after obama care officially hits in. we'll be doing a show on right here on saturday morning saying how much fraud and waste there is in obama care of people gaming the system. >> okay. that's got to be the last word. thanks, guys. >>> taxpayers fired up at town halls over the cost of the health care law as more states warning the law will bring even bigger premium spikes. but the president's person in charge of rolling it out saying those states are just making numbers up. who's right? at it at the bottom of the hour. but up here first, it's back to school time. so pack that lunch and pack that check. yep, more public schools charging parents extra fees. and if you don't pay up, your kid could pay the price. are twe. and 900 million dollars are changing hands online. that's why hp built a new kind of server. one that's 80% smaller. uses 89% less energy. and costs 77% less. it's called hp moonshot. and it's giving the internet the room it needs to grow. this&is gonna be big. hp moonshot. it's time to build a better enterprise. together. coul
take -- you can look at the increase in taxes, obama care, red tape, all that. government needs to get out of the way and let people keep more of their money. >> all those companies all got sales boosts when we had a temporary sales tax cut recently. you can't, they're having less sales. no one likes taxes. at the end of the day this specific tax goes from your paycheck to florida to people who are retired so they can go to nordstrom's and walmart. if we would keep it inefficiently low, we would have to raise government taxes. >> when they cut the payroll tax, joe, that money went to gas instead because gas prices were so much higher. it was -- it didn't go to -- >> it was a boost to the economy. how do you -- >> it didn't go to nordstrom's. >> the payroll tax going in and checks going out to social security -- >> d.c.'s not going to take on social security. that's not going to happen. >> jon? >> what steve said is exactly right. the taxes in a healthy economy are not going to affect this but we had a housing boom that did help with this. this is not a healthy economy. we have 47 milli
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